AISECT -
Engineering and Technology
Engineering and Technology

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology, strives to create a research based culture of academics, which through an innovative and inclusive leadership aims to achieve new heights in technology application and development in disciplines like, electronics & communication technology along with mechanical engineering among others. With an emphasis on personalized teaching and fully equipped labs and workshops, our professional graduate and under graduate degree programs, provide the excitement of original discovery, creation, research and analysis.


  • Department of Computer Science Engineering
  • Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Civil Engineering    
  • Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Department of Computer Science Engineering

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at AISECT University consists of a highly qualified and experienced faculty, which aims at delivering premier education in the field of Computer Science and its related areas through a core focus on practical application. With well-equipped laboratories and state-of-the-art infrastructure, the distinguished faculty at AISECT University ensures a holistic and detailed curriculum that enables an in-depth learning of the latest technologies used in this industry.



About – Department of Computer Science Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering is a discipline that integrates several fields i.e. computer hardware & software, electronics and electrical, communication and information technology etc. Computers have revolutionized life of every one in India and during last couple of decades Computer Science & Engineering has become biggest job provider and source of largest number successful start ups. It has totally changed the computing field, communication system, information system and management processes. It has ushered in new digital era in life of a comma man. A degree in Computer Science & Engineering is guarantee of a good job and rewarding career. CSE department in AISECT University provides excellent learning environment in terms of very experienced faculty, most modern labs and equipment and world class infrastructure. There are two main avenues in CSE, Hardware and Software. We focus on both aspects with the principle of one student one computer with personal attention of the teacher. Domains like Machine learning Data mining, Computer Network, Security, High performing computing, Hardware - Software - co - design, IoT, Embedded System, Soft Computing, Parallel Processing, Cloud Computing etc are so well equipped that effective learning is assured. A system of continuous evaluation through large number of assignments, tests, seminars, quizzes, interactive sessions with experts; exists. The department has strong linkages with industries, corporate and other institutions in India and outside. Microsoft has established a Cloud Computing Lab. There are 7 MoU’s with foreign Universities and 15 within the country. The depth emphasizes an effective teaching- learning system which includes project based learning using most modern tools and techniques. At least one to two value addition Workshops/Training courses at departmental level and about 2-3 seminar/conferences at University level, ensure great exposure. Skill Academy in the University provides with excellent opportunity to learn minimum 4 skills during UG and 2 skills during PG courses.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Name of The Faculty Designation Expertise
Prof. Mukesh Kumar
MTech
Assistant Prof. Research Area- Image Processing & Info Retrieval & Network Security 6 International Publications
Dr. Priti Maheshwary
PhD
Associate Prof. Research Area – IoT, Image Processing. 6 International Publications
Dr. S. Veenadhari 
PhD
Associate Prof. Research Area – Big data Analysis & Machine Learning. 6 International Publications
Ms. Ayonija Pathre
MTech   
Assistant Prof. Research Area- Network Security, Data Mining. 4 International Publications.
Mr. Pritaj Yadav 
MTech
Associate Prof. Research Area- Cloud Computing, Networking. 2 International Publications
Mr. Jatin Mehta
MTech
Asst. Prof. Research Area – CTM. 2 international publications .
Dr. Aarti Kumaran
Phd
Associate Prof. Research Area – Computer Network, Big Data. 3 International Publications
Dr. S.K Sinha Professor Research Area – Network Security, Data Mining. 2 International Publications
Mr. Vinod Sharma
MTech
Associate Prof. Research Area – Big Data Analysis
Dr. Gajendra Vaikar
PhD
Asst. Prof. Research Area- Network Security & Cloud Computing. 5 International Publications
Ms. Shruti Taran
MTech  
Asst. Prof. Research Area – Data Mining. 3 International Publications


Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Prof. Mukesh Kumar Chairman
2 Dr. Priti Maheshwary Member
3 Dr. S. Veenadhari Member
4 Mr. Pritaj Yadav Member
5 Ms. Ayonija Pathre Member
6 Ms. Shruti Taran  Member
7 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Vijay Malviya  Co-opted Member, Sr. Software Engineer (Netlink Software Pvt.Ltd)



Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING Undergraduate Courses Bachelor of Engineering BE (CSE) 4 years 10 + 2 (PCM) With 45% marks in General Category and with 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC For Lateral Entry in 2nd year of the course 3 year Diploma or B.Sc (PCM) with 50% marks

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcomes

Programme Outcomes

Engineering programmes are designed to prepare graduates to attain the following program outcomes::

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice.
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  3. An ability to design a system and process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as health, safety, security and manufacturability
  4. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions.
  5. An ability to communicate effectively
  6. An ability to function professionally with ethical response ability as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude
  7. An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long learning
  8. To produce well informed socially responsible global citizen with sharp critical thinking skills having sound awareness about finance management, engineering laws and human rights, ethics and values.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and computing.
  2. An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
  3. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computational systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
  4. An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity
  5. An ability to identify a problem, and analyze and define the computing requirements to find its solution
  6. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints..
  7. An ability to work at every phase of SDLC.
  8. An understanding of ethical, legal, security, social and professional issues of the computing profession.
  9. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  10. An ability to analyze impacts of computing on society, organizations, and individuals.

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING PostGraduate Courses Master of Technology M Tech (CSE) 2 years Eligibility for Admission- BE/B.Tech in relevant field with 50 for General Category and 40% for SC/ST/OBC

Programme Outcome

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization
  3. An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity
  4. An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems
  5. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions
  6. An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development
  7. An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long reflective learning

Programme Specific outcome

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematical, scientific, and computer science toevaluate, analyze, synthesize, model and integrate technologies to develop newcomputer system for applied engineering systems.
  2. Engage in professional practice to promote the development of innovative systemsand optimized solutions for Computer Science and Engineering.
  3. Specify, design and develop software for intelligent systems.
  4. Specify, design and develop concurrent and parallel programs.
  5. Determine and optimize the performance of a given algorithm on a given platform.
  6. Work upon unfamiliar problems through investigative studies and researchand contribute to the development of technological knowledge and intellectualproperty.
  7. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools, includingsimulation and modeling for engineering needs.
  8. Apply written oral and graphical communication.






Academic Calender
Academic Calendar - 2017 (Dept of Computer Science & Engineering, Odd Sem )
S.No. Activity Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 3rd, 5th, 7th

03 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes

04 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

31 July 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

22-24 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

01 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

06 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

27-29 Sept. 2017

8

Display of MST II

06 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

13 Oct. to 11 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

13-17 Nov. 2017

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

12-20 Nov. 2017

12

Display of Result of Minor

23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

27 Nov. to 30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: -    SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 July 2017.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 July 2017.




Academic Calendar - 2018 (Dept of Computer Science & Engineering , Even Sem )
S.No. Activity Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

19-21 April 2018

8

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Display of MST II

24 April 2018

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

21-25 May 2018

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 May 2018

12

Display of Result of Minor

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: -   SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.



Laboratories
Facilities Description
Lab Facilities Individual computer is provided to each student in all labs. The latest software like C, C++, JAVA, .NET, PHP, ANDROID, ORACLE and LINUX programming are available.
DBMS Lab Microsoft Windows 7,i3 proocessor 3.3 GHz Speed, RAM 4 GB, Hard Disk Size 500 GB. DBMS Lab is used for DBMS, .NET, CGM and for Object oriented programming for the different semester. The lab has all the required software and hardware resources.
Advance Computing Lab Microsoft Windows 7, CPU I3 processor 3.3 GHz Speed, RAM 4 GB, Hard Disk Size 500 GB Advanced Computing Lab is used for Analysis design and algorithm, Data structure and algorithm, Computer Network, Java Technology, Cloud Computing for the different semester. The lab has all the required software and hardware resources.
Major/Minor Project Lab Microsoft Windows 7, CPU I3 processor 3.3 GHz Speed, RAM 4 GB Hard Disk Size 500 GB.This lab is used Exclusively for Major & Minor Project Which is done in JAVA,PHP,.NET Etc.
Basic Programming Lab Microsoft Windows 7 with i3 processor 3.3.GHz Speed, RAM 4 GB, Hard Disk Size 500 GB. Basic computer programming and JAVA Lab this lab is used in a shared basis in basic computer engineering courses in Ist year courses which is common for all the engineering branch. Java lab is also used as a shared basis in IIIrd semester in all the branch of engineering.
Computer Networking & Hardware Lab Computer Network Lab is used for computer network experiment. The lab is having all the required h/w and s/w resources for the lab experiments. Like different types of cable.
Unix & Linux Lab Ubuntu 12.01 with Dual core processor 2.0 GHz Speed, RAM 1 GB Hard Disk Size 80 GB This lab is used for unix and linux practicals and its done through Ubuntu 12.01 operating system.
Research Lab Microsoft Windows 7 with i5 processor 3.1.GHz Speed, RAM 4 GB, Hard Disk Size 500 GB. It has NS2, MATLAB 7, WEKA, NET Sim software which is used by M.Tech. Student & Ph.D. Scholar for their research work.


Research

Advanced Research Facilities are available with Expert Faculties to provide support in Research work of M Tech and Ph D research.

Internet of Things


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

Internet of Things Based Environmental Monitoring, E –Solar Pole for public charging points, Smart Classroom, Smart Attendance

Mr.Mukesh Kumar


Information Security


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

E commerce and Secure Payment, Code Vulnerability Analysis, Mobile Forensics,Intrusion Detection System, Cyber Forensics, Data Hiding, Digital Water Marking, Cryptography. 

Mr.PritajYadav





Soft Computing


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

Fuzzy, Web Vulnerability Detection, Classification and Regression, Genetic Algorithms

Ms.AyonijaPathre


Networking


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

VehicularAdhoc Networks, Sensor Networks, Buffer Management in Wireless network
Attacks and Different security schemes wireless Ad Hoc networks, DDos Attacks.

Dr.S. Veenadhari


 Image Processing and Information Retrieval


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

 Image Enhancement, Satellite Image Retrieval, Finger Print Analysis, Face Detection, Preventing Cyber-crimes using affine transformation.

Dr. S Veenadhari

Mr.Mukesh Kumar



 

Big Data Analytics


Faculty Name

Research Activities

Dr.PritiMaheshwary

 Association Rule Mining on Fingerprint, Classification, Clustering on Image dataset, Privacy Preservation, Hadoop, Spark, Hive ,NOSQL, Map Reduce, Storm
Performance evaluation of social networking sites using machine learning,weblog data analysis and optimization, Crop data Analysis with climate parameters. Sentiment Analysis using machine learning. Crop yield forecasting, Data Capturing and Storage, Machine learning algorithms for Big data,

Dr.S. Veenadhari

AyonijaPathre









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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering is at the heart of modern technology and innovation in fields ranging from healthcare to electronics, space technology, music systems, automobiles, robotics, biomedical devices and energy/power systems. Today, Engineers are striving to make components smaller, faster, more energy efficient and cost effective. Due to their versatility, EC Engineering majors are among the most sought after candidates by potential employers. Through the provision of continuous projects, practical assignments, seminars and workshops in our courses, the students are prepared to face the level of competition that this versatile industry demands.



About – Department of Electronics & Communication

Electronics & Communication is one of the largest and most sophisticated branches of engineering. Most of the consumer product and services have electronics and communication sub system in some form or the other. From two wheelers to satellite, from mobile phone to computers, from radio to video –it is difficult to find a thing without any electronics or communication part. Electronics and Communication Engineering is a very rapidly growing sector where excellent job opportunities await skilled young professionals. Considering the ever growing demand of electronics and communication engineers, AISECT University has paid special attention in establishing an Electronics and Communication Department with latest facilities. Since EC branch deals with design, fabrication and maintenance of wide range of equipment and services in analog and digital form, 20 most modern laboratories have been build to provide hands on experience. The programmes offered by EC Department equips students with the basic concepts, theoretical knowledge, hands on experience, designing skills, fabrication, maintenance and project handling. It prepares them for analysis, design, system implementation, production, operation and maintenance of various applications in the field of electronics and communication. Diploma, UG/PG and Doctoral programmes in Electronics and Communication Engineering will train and prepare the students to create and sustain cutting edge technology which will keep them ahead in competition for getting a job, establishing enterprise, entering in to design, production and service field in any central govt, state govt, public sector or private organisation. After a successful programme in EC branch at AISECT University placement opportunities are in abundance. EC students have benefit of jobs in both hardware & software field.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Name of The Faculty Designation Expertise
Prof. Ashish Chouhan
M Tech
HoD Research Area Wireless Communication – 5 Research Papers
Prof. Sanjeev Gupta
M Tech, PhD
Professor Research Area- Network 10 Research Papers
Prof. MK Gupta  
M Tech PhD
Professor Research Area- Fiber Optics
Prof. Ravitesh Mishra
M Tech Ph D   
Associate Professor Research Area- System on Chip & AMBA
Mr. Anshul Soni  
M Tech
Asst Professor Area of Work- Image Processing 8 Research Papers
Mr. Ankit Pandit
M Tech
Asst. Prof Area of Work- Digital Com & MIMO
Ms. Monika Verma
M. Tech
Asst Professor Area of Interest – Digital Communication – 3 Research Papers
Mr. Jitendra Ahir
M Tech
Asst. Professor Area of Research- Antennas
Mr. Shrikant Vaishnav
M Tech -
Associate Prof Area of Research – Controls
Mr. Amrish Singh
M Tech
Asst. Prof Area of Research – VLSI
Mr. Nitin Mishra
M Tech  
Asst. Prof Area of Research – Devices
Mr. Raghvendra Telang
M Tech  
Asst. Prof Area of Research- Communication
Mr. Manish Gupta
M. Tech  
Asst. Prof
Ms. Shikha Mishra
M. Tech  
Asst. Prof
Ms. Leena Raikwar
M. Tech  
Asst. Prof


Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Prof Ashish Chouhan r Chairman
2 Prof. Sanjeev Gupta Member
3 Prof MK Gupta Member
4 Mr. Anshul Soni Member
5 Dr. Neetu Paliwal Member
6 Ms. Monika Verma   Member
7 Mr. Shrikant Vaishnav   Member
7 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Rajeev Agrawal 
MD Ananya
Co-opted Member of Industry
2 Mr. Ramdeen Vishwakarm 
AISECT Ltd
Co-opted Member of Industry


Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION Undergraduate Courses Bachlor of Engineering BE (EC) 4 years 10 + 2 PCM 45% General Category 40% (SC/ST/OBC)

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome
  1. Prepare students for careers in industry, academia, and government organizations by fostering in them the technical capabilities pertinent to mechanical and allied engineering and interpersonal skills necessary to succeeding in their fields, as well as the foundation for lifelong learning.
  2. Lead the way in mechanical engineering based research and other scholarly activities.
  3. Provide technical knowledge, leadership, guidance, and support to industry, the government establishments, and the general public.
Programme Specific Outcomes

At the end of the program the student will be able to:

  1. Apply basic science and mathematics to analyze complex engineering problems
  2. Gather requirement specifications, design and test electronic systems.
  3. Apply EDA tools to design linear and digital IC systems.
  4. Specify, design and test power supplies for electronic systems including battery management, and power amplifiers.
  5. Analyze and design noise-free analog and digital communication systems.
  6. Evaluate strengths and weaknesses of evolving state of art communication systems.
  7. Select partitioning technologies for implementation of wired and wireless communication system.
  8. Understand and practice professional ethics.
  9. Work in a team using technical skills, common tools and environments to achieve project objective.
  10. Communicate effectively with peers and others.
  11. Understand how the organizations work, develop optimal models, generate wealth, and manage their finances.
  12. Pursue life-long learning as a means of enhancing knowledge and skills for continuous professional advancement.

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION PostGraduate Courses Master of Technology M Tech (VLSI) 2 years BE or B Tech 50% for General Cat, 40% for Reserve Category

Programme Outcome

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

    Engineering programmes have been designed to prepare graduates for attaining the following program outcomes:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization
  3. An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity
  4. An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems
  5. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions
  6. An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development
  7. An ability to function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude
  8. An ability to communicate effectively
  9. An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long reflective learning

Programme Specific outcome

On completion of the program, the graduates will

  1. Be able to analyze, design and implement Analog, Digital and Mixed Signal Circuits and real time embedded systems.
  2. Have in-depth knowledge and capability to use industry standard tools in the design and implementation of VLSI and real time Embedded Systems.
  3. Be able to undertake research projects in related domains of VLSI and Embedded systems..
  4. Possess the capability to communicate effectively and work as a team in the professional career.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION PostGraduate Courses Master of Technology (Wireless and Mobile Communication) 2 years BE or B Tech 50% for General Cat, 40% for Reserve Category

Programme Outcome

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

    Engineering programmes have been designed to prepare graduates for attaining the following program outcomes:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization
  3. An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity
  4. An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems
  5. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions
  6. An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development
  7. An ability to function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude
  8. An ability to communicate effectively
  9. An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long reflective learning

Programme Specific outcome
  1. To understand the basics of Wireless Communication Networks.
  2. To motivate the students to pursue research in the area of wireless communication.
  3. Analyze various protocols used in data communication.
  4. Design networking structure in data communication.
  5. Transmit data securely from one place to another.
  6. Analyze the performance of various protocols.
  7. Learn to represent real world signals in digital format to representation of the signals;
  8. Learn to apply the knowledge for proper data recovery.
  9. Learn the basic blocks of communication systems.
  10. Analyze various protocols used in broadband communication.
  11. Design networking structure in broadband communication.





Academic Calender

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 3rd, 5th, 7th

03 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes

04 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

31 July 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

22-24 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

01 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

06 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

27-29 Sept. 2017

8

Display of MST II

06 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

13 Oct. to 11 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

13-17 Nov. 2017

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

12-20 Nov. 2017

12

Display of Result of Minor

23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

27 Nov. to 30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: -    SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 July 2017.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 July 2017.




S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

19-21 April 2018

8

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Display of MST II

24 April 2018

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

21-25 May 2018

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 May 2018

12

Display of Result of Minor

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: - SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.



Laboratories
Facilities Description
Circuit Lab All types of Trainers and Equipment.
Analog & Digital Communication Lab DSB/SSB Transmitter Trainer, DSB/SSB Receiver Trainer, Frequency Modulation & Demodulation Trainer, Noise Audio Amplifier Trainer, Fourier Synthesis Trainer, Four Channel Analog TDN Trainer, Analog Communication Trainer, Digital communication Trainer, Advanced Digital communication System, 30 MHz Oscilloscope, 2 with function generator, Digital storage oscilloscope, Power Supply(12 V), Power Supply(30V), Pulse Generator(20 MHz), Multi Meter.
Instrument LAB CRO 30 MHZ, Function Generator, Dual Power Supply (2x0 To 30v, 2a), Digital Multi meter (Modal 4DL), Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Vector Analyser, LVDT Trainer, Strain Gauge Trainer, Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouple, Trainer Kit To Study Rtd Temperature Measurement, Analog To Digital Converter, Digital To Analog Converter, Kelvin Bridge, Wheat Stone Bridge, Maxwell Inductance Bridge, Industrial PLC Trainer, input/16output , Shearing Bridge, De-Scotty Bridge, Optical Transducer Trainer , Analog Lab .
PCB and Microprocessor Lab
  • Latest PCB manufacturing facility
  • All types of Micro Processor
  • Various Work station
  • Large no of eqpt
CNTL Lab Transmission line trainer, M – derived band pass & band reject filter (Model : AB-47), K-derived filter (Model : AB-51), Active filter (LPF + HPF) (Model : AB – 51), Active band pass filter (Model : AB - 52), Notch filter (Active & Passive) (Model : AB - 53), Tchabyshev filter (Model : AB - 54)
Optical Communication Lab Fiber optics trainer (Model : ST 2501), Multiplexer, Demultiplexer coder, decoder trainer (Model : ST 2503), Optical power meter (Model : ST 2551), Fiber optical connectorisation kit (including mech. splice) (Model : ST2512), “NVLS” measurement of wavelength of laser by diffraction grating (Model : NV6110), “NVLS” michelson interferometer (Model : NV6115)
Software Research Lab
  • MATLAB: Simulation software for signal processing, Control Systems, neural networks, Communication, Mathematics etc.
  • XILINX ISE System14.1: Electronic design automation (EDA) tool.
  • Mentor Graphics: EDA Software HEP Category 1-back end tool for IC design
  • LAB View: Graphical Programming System to facilitate computer controlled data acquisition and analysis.
  • IE3D: for Antenna Design.
  • TINA PRO: For Circuit designing and layout generation (PCB LAYOUT).
Antenna & Wave Propagation Antenna Trainer with radiation Pattern plotting software & 22 antennas MODEL ST:2261and large number of latest equipment.
Microwave Lab Microwave Test Bench (Klystron based) NV 9000, Microwave Test Bench(Gunn based) NV 9001, Microwave Test Bench Klystron Power Supply model MW2009, Microwave Test Bench Gunn based and large amount of accessories.
TV & RADAR Lab NVIS RADAR Trainer Hardware & Software Based Model NV-2001, Colour TV trainer MODEL ST:2651and other equipment.


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Department of Mechanical Engineering

One of the oldest and most extensive engineering disciplines, Mechanical Engineering is the academic field which applies the principles of physics and material sciences for the study, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. With an aim to prepare the students for successful careers in this Industry, the department of Mechanical Engineering at AISECT University has a distinguished faculty which through a research oriented pedagogy and an industry environment, trains the students to apply engineering principles along with developing critical thinking and problem solving skills, that enables them to embrace leadership roles in their careers.



About the Department

Mechanical Engineering is the discipline that applies principles of Engineering, Physics, Material Science and Mathematics to analyse, design, develop, manufacture operate and maintain Mechanical Systems and Subsystems. It is one of the oldest and broadcast branches of engineering which provides job opportunities in varied fields like all kind of factories, central, state and private organisations, military, aviation, infrastructure and energy sector etc. Core areas of study in Mechanical Engineering include mechanics, dynamics, thermodynamics, material science, structure analysis and electricity. In the Mechanical Engineering Department focus is on providing knowledge, exposure, hands on experience and training in all core areas and related fields. In addition to these cores area students are trained on various hardware and software tools to design and analyse manufacturing system, industrial equipment and machines, heating and cooling system, transport systems, aircraft, water craft and space craft, robotics, weapon system, medical devices and automation system. Skill Academy in the department reduces skill deficit by providing skill courses which are compulsory in addition to normal curriculum. Industry based projects, lectures and at least one value addition workshop every semester, give a winning edge to all the offered by programmes the Mechanical Engineering Department of AISECT University. To achieve the above objectives the department works with following vision and mission-

Vision The vision of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to be an internationally recognized Centre of excellence offering a study program of high quality teaching, research, industry-related consultancy and outreach activities with national relevance, innovation and creativity in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mission The mission of the Department is to produce engineers and researchers with sound knowledge on fundamentals of traditional, modern and emerging areas of engineering together with innovative design abilities, managerial skills, which are essential to achieve sustainable national development. (1) The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to impart quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them globally competitive Mechanical Engineers. (2) To maintaining state of the art research facilities to provide collaborative environment that stimulates faculty, staff and students with opportunities to create, analyze, apply and disseminate knowledge. (3) To develop linkages with world class R&D organizations and educational institutions in India and abroad for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices. (4) To provide the students with academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a long productive career. (5) To develop the Department of Mechanical Engineering as a centre of excellence in the field of ‘Mechanical Design’ as well as ‘Thermal Engineering’ in the next five years.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Name of The Faculty Designation Expertise
Prof. Vinay Kumar Yadav
M. Tech (Maint. Engg.)
HoD , and Associate Professor Research Area - Production Process, , Automobile Engg 5 International Research Publication
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Soni
M Tech, PhD ( ( I.C. Engine)
Associate Professorr Research Area - Thermal Engg., 5 International Research Publication
Prof. Anil Kumar Rao
M.Tech (Themal Engg.)
Associate Professorr Research Area - Heat and Mass Transfer, Optimization, 2 International Research Papers
Mr. Vijay Bhan Dinkar  
M.Tech (Production Engg.)
Associate Professor Research Area-Production Technology 2 Research Papers
Mr. Rahul Kumar Singh
M Tech (Thermal Engg.)   
Associate Professor Research Area- Machine Design, Theory of machines 3 International Research Publications
Mr. Manish Singh Bharti  
M.Tech (Thermal Engg.)
Asst Professor Research Area – Thermal Engg
Mr. Rohit Pathak
M.Tech (Energy Technology)
Asst. Prof Research Area – Manufacturing Process 1 International Publication
Mr. Ghanshyam Satnami
M.Tech (Adv. Prod. Engg.)
Assistant Professor Research Area – Strength of Materials, Manufacturing Process 1 International Publication
Mr. Deepesh Bhavsar
M.Tech (Stress and Vibration Analysis) -
Assistant Professor Research Area – Mechanical Vibration, Composite Materials 2 International Publications
Mr. Anurag Bagri
M.Tech (Industrial Metallurgy)
Assistant Professor Research Area – Thermodynamics, Production Engg.
Mr. Swapnil Singh
M.Tech (Machine Design)  
Assistant Professor Research Area – I C Engine, Material Science, Automobile Engg.
Mr. B.L.Shilpi
BE (ME) 
Workshop Superintendent Research Area – Production Engg 1 Research Publication

Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Prof. Vinay Yadav Chairman
2 Prof. Anil Kumar Rao Member
3 Prof. Vijay Bhan Dinkar Member
4 Prof. Rohit Pathak Member
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Sudhanshu Chakravorty Co-opted Industry Member Manager Technology Global R&D center (Compton Greaves Ltd)
2 Dr. Nitin Shrivastava  Expert Professor (UIT RGPV Bhopal)
Student Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Ashish Prasad Member


Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
BE (Mechanical Engineering) Undergraduate Courses Bachelor of Engineering BE (Mechanical Engineering) 4 years 10 + 2 (PCM) with 45% marks for general category 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC Lateral Entry in 2nd year – Eligibility Diploma or B.Sc (PCM)

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

The students of Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering will have the ability to

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  2. Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  4. Function on multidisciplinary teams
  5. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
  6. Understand professional and ethical responsibility
  7. Communicate effectively
  8. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  9. Recognize the need to engage in life-long learning
  10. Attain knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
Programme Specific Outcomes

At the end of the program the student will be able to:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  4. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  7. An ability to communicate effectively.
  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context .
  9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  10. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  12. An ability to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems areas.

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
BE (Mechanical Engineering) PostGraduate Courses MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (THERMAL ENGINEERING) 2 years BE or B Tech 50% for General Cat, 40% for Reserve Category

Programme Outcome

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

    Engineering programmes have been designed to prepare graduates for attaining the following program outcomes:

  1. Graduates will demonstrate sound domain knowledge on wider perspective to become successful professionals
  2. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve thermal engineering problems.
  3. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to conceptualize designs of thermal system or component and evaluate them to select optimal feasible solution considering safety, environment and other realistic constraints.
  4. Graduates will demonstrate skill of good researcher to work on a problem, starting from scratch, to research into literatures, methodologies, techniques, tools, and conduct experiments and interpret data.
  5. Graduates will demonstrate research skills to critically analyze complex thermal engineering problem for synthesizing new and existing information for their solutions.
  6. Graduates will demonstrate skills to use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze and solve complex engineering problems.
  7. Graduates will exhibit the traits of professional integrity and ethics and demonstrate the responsibility to implement the research outcome for sustainable development of the society.
  8. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively to comprehend and write effective reports following engineering standards
  9. Graduates will demonstrate skills of presenting their work unequivocally before scientific community, and give and take clear instructions.
  10. Graduate will demonstrate traits of manager in handling engineering projects and related finance, and coordinate workforce towards achieving their goals
  11. Graduates will exhibit the traits of good academician and engage in independent and reflective lifelong learning.
  12. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to work on laboratory and multidisciplinary tasks.”

Programme Specific outcome

On completion of the program, the graduates will

  1. To enhance the foundation and the knowledge-base of students in thermal science and to make them capable for effectively analyzing and solving the problems associated in this field.
  2. To deliver comprehensive education in Thermal Engineering to ensure that the students have core competency to be successful in industry or research laboratory and motivate them to pursue higher studies and research in interrelated areas.
  3. To encourage the students to take up real life and/or research related problems and to create innovative solutions of these problems through comprehensive analysis and designing.
  4. To inculcate a sense of ethics, professionalism and effective communication skills amongst graduates for their successful careers.
  5. To provide an academic environment that gives adequate opportunity to the students to cultivate lifelong skills needed for their successful professional career






Academic Calender
S.No. Activity Date
1 Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 3rd, 5th, 7th 03 July 2017
2 Commencement of classes 04 July 2017
3 MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment 31 July 2017
4 Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) * 22-24 Aug. 2017
5 Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance 01 Sept. 2017
6 MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment 06 Sept. 2017
7 MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) * 27-29 Sept. 2017
8 Display of MST II 06 Oct. 2017
9 Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees 13 Oct. to 11 Nov. 2017
10 Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units) 13-17 Nov. 2017
11 Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees 12-20 Nov. 2017
12 Display of Result of Minor 23 Nov. 2017
13 Preparation Leave To be notified later
14 Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 27 Nov. to 30 Dec. 2017
15 Semester Vacation 01-20 Jan. 2018
16 Commencement of new semester 22 Jan. 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus. Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 July 2017. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 July 2017.




S.No. Activity Date
1 Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Sem 22 Jan. 2018
2 Commencement of classes 23 Jan. 2018
3 MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment 07 Feb. 2018
4 Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) * 27 Feb. 2018
5 Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance 04 March 2018
6 MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment 22 March 2018
7 MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) * 19-21 April 2018
8 Display of MST II 24 April 2018
9 Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees 20 April to 15 May 2018
10 Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units) 21-25 May 2018
11 Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees 16-23 May 2018
12 Display of Result of Minor 28 May 2018
13 Preparation Leave To be notified later
14 Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 30 May to 25 June 2018
15 Semester Vacation 26 June to 10 July 2018
16 Commencement of new semester 11 July 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus. Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.



Laboratories
Facilities Description
Undergraduate Labs
  1. Strength of Material Laboratory
  2. Dynamic of Machines Laboratory
  3. Mechanical Vibration and Noise Engineering Laboratory
  4. Mechanical Measurement and Control Laboratory
  5. Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory
  6. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Laboratory
  7. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery Laboratory
  8. I C Engine, Fuel and Combustion Laboratory
  9. Automobile Engineering Laboratory
  10. Theory of Machine Laboratory
  11. Machine Tool Technology Laboratory
  12. Fundamental of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
  13. Engineering Drawing Laboratory
  14. Thermal Engineering Laboratory
  15. Manufacturing Process Laboratory
  16. Machine Components and Design Laboratory
  17. Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory
  18. Workshop Practice Laboratory
Post Graduate Labs (Thermal Engineering) :
  1. Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory
  2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Laboratory
  3. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery Laboratory
  4. I C Engine, Fuel and Combustion Laboratory
  5. Simulation Laboratory
Post Graduate Labs (Production Engineering):
  1. Simulation Laboratory
  2. Manufacturing Process Laboratory
  3. Machine Tool Technology Laboratory
  4. Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory

Industrial Linkage for Training & Visits Maheshwar Hydro project, Bhopal Switch Gears Pvt. Ltd., Indira Sagar Hydro Electric Plant, CIAE, Eicher Tractor, Mandideep, BHEL, Bhopal,CRISP, Bhopal, HEG, Mandideep, AMPRI, Bhopal, AMTEK Auto, Mandideep, AMPRI, Bhopal, BHEL, Bhopal, AMTEK Auto, Mandideep

Department of Civil Engineering

Skilled civil engineers are the key individuals that ensure environmental sustainability as they strive to establish a balance between developmental activities and their relative effects on the natural habitat. At AISECT University, the Department of Civil Engineering offers a graduate programme with continuous exposure through hands on Basic Civil Engineering Lab training, projects, assignments, internships and practical work in order to ensure that each student is geared to contribute effectively to this growing crucial industry.



About the Department

Civil Engineering is the core branch of engineering and covers a wide area related to all kind of infrastructure work – roads to air strips, rails to ship, buildings to bridges, dams to canals and factories to forts; every where a civil engineer is needed. Unlike other branches demand for skilled professionals in civil engineering never dies. It is one of the most every green branches from point of view of placements and growth. These days most of the jobs and projects are multidisciplinary in nature and you will find that civil engineer is part of almost every project. Even if it is a electronics or communication project or mechanical work or chemical and Metallurgical industry or even aviation and defence work civil engineers are needed everywhere. Civil Engineering offers great opportunity to start own enterprise also. The fields of work in civil engineering are very wide from design to construction, from development to maintenance and from consultancy to management. Civil Engineering was mostly known for field work and blue color jobs but with computer and automation becoming integral part of civil engineering lot of sophistication has come in work environment. Civil Engineering in AISECT University has most sophisticated labs with latest software and computing system and also provides most rigorous training in the field and factories. Programmes in Civil Engineering at AISECT University trains students to become efficient, skilled professional with a distinct edge over others.



Faculties in the Department


List of Faculties
Prof. Kapil Soni ME (Hons) -HOD Research Area - Cement Concrete/ Bituminous Concrete, Highway & Traffic Construction/ Planning/ Quality management. 12 Research Papers in International Journals
Dr. Shalini Yadav -Ph D Professor Research Area- Environmental Engineering Guided 4 Ph D as supervisor 15 Research Papers and many International assignments to her credit
Prof. Rachna Bajaj M Tech – Asst Prof. Research Area- Transporting Engineering 11 Research Papers published
Mr. AK Ahirwar M Tech – Asst Prof. Research Area – Construction Technology .
Mr. NK Wadsamudrakar M Tech – Asst Prof. Research Area CTM one research paper in International Journal.
Mr. Jatin Mehta M Tech - Asst. Prof Research Area – CTM 2 international publications .
Mr. JN Tiwari M Tech - Asst. Prof Research Area –CTM – 3 international publications .
Ms. Rashmi Rai M Tech - Asst. Prof Research Area- Structural Engg
Ms. Pooja Bodkhe M Tech - Asst. Prof Research Area – Building Construction

Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Kapil Soni Member
2 Rachnag167@gmail.com Member
3 Prof MK Gupta Member
4 Mr. Sunil Kumar Sharma Member
5 Mr. Amit Kumar Ahirwar Member
7 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Amit Vishwakarma
Expert from UIT
2 Dr. Salim Akhtar
Expert in Structure



Programme Offered

Deapartment

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Civil Engineering

 

Diploma Courses

Polytechnic Diploma

3 Years

10th Standard

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Outcome

 

Syllabus

Polytechnic Diploma (CE) is a 3 years diploma course, prepares a student to take up supervisory task at junior level in the field of construction and maintenance of all construction and building work

 

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Semester-3

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Semester-4

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Deapartment

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Civil Engineering

 

Undergraduate Courses

B.E (Civil)

4 Years

10+2 (PCM) with 45% marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Outcome

 

Syllabus

The Program Specific Outcomes of Civil Engineering Department are as follows: :
 

  1.   Civil Engineering Graduates will be able to function as design consultants in construction industry for the design of civil engineering structures. .
  2.   Civil Engineering Graduates will be able to provide sustainable solutions to the Civil Engineering Problems.

Programme Outcome
  1. The graduates will have an ability to apply the basic knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to real-life problems.
  2. The graduates will be able to understand problem identification, formulations, and to conduct experiments, by analysis and interpreting the data.
  3. The graduates will be able to design the experiments to evaluate the performance of engineering systems or component with respect to specifications.
  4. The graduates will be able to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
  5. The graduates will be able to improve the function effectively in engineering and science field, as well as in members of multidisciplinary teams.
  6. The graduates will come to know the application of modern tools such as different computer software, modern instrumentation for understanding the limitations of engineering activities and also for the modeling and design of engineering systems.
  7. The graduates will be able to understand the professional and ethical responsibility.
  8. The graduates will come to know recognition of need for, and an ability to engage in, life-long learning.

 

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Department

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Civil Engineering

 

Postgraduate Courses

M.Tech (Civil)

2 Years

Bachelor of Engg. degree with at least 50% marks (45% in case of ST/SC/OBC)

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Object

 

Syllabus

Program Outcome (M.Tech.)
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice.
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization.
  3. An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques.
  4. An ability to function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude.

Programme Specific outcome
  1. Students will be able to be a successful professionals in industry, government, academia, research, entrepreneurial pursuit and consulting firms.
  2. Students will be able to contribute to society as broadly educated, expressive, ethical and responsible citizens with proven expertise.
  3. Students will be able to be a will achieve peer-recognition; as an individual or in a team; through demonstration of good analytical, research, design and implementation skills.
  4. Students will be able to be thriving to pursue life-long reflective learning to fulfill their goals.

Program Outcome (M.Tech.)
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice.
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization.
  3. An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques.
  4. An ability to function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude.

Program Specific Outcome (M.TECH. Construction Technology and Management)
  1. An ability to design a system and process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as health, safety, security and manufacturability
  2. An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems.
  3. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions.
  4. An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development.

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Academic Calender 2017 (Odd Semester)

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 3rd, 5th, 7th

03 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes

04 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

31 July 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

22-24 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

01 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

06 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

27-29 Sept. 2017

8

Display of MST II

06 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

13 Oct. to 11 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

13-17 Nov. 2017

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

12-20 Nov. 2017

12

Display of Result of Minor

23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

27 Nov. to 30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018

  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: - SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 July 2017.


Academic Calender 2017 (Odd Semester)

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

19-21 April 2018

8

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Display of MST II

24 April 2018

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

21-25 May 2018

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 May 2018

12

Display of Result of Minor

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018

  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: - SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.



Laboratories
Facilities Description
Fluid Mechanics Lab Fluid Mechanics Laboratory is well equipped with flow measuring devices in pipes and flow measurements in open channels. Facilities are available for calibration of flow measuring devices as well as pressure testing of pipes and pumps. The various equipments available in the lab .
Geotechnical Engineering Lab Soil mechanics laboratory is well equipped with all equipments required for identification and classification of soils.
Transportation Engineering Lab Well equipped with facilities for the range of tests on pavement materials. Various equipments include loss angeles abrasion testing machine, aggregate impact testing machine and bitumen penetrometer etc.
Strength of Material Lab Strength of Materials Laboratory offers facilities for testing building materials for their strength, behavior and suitability for various applications.
Advance Survey Lab This laboratory houses sophisticated instruments viz. Electronic total station, theodolite, Auto levels, Vernier theodolite with 1 second accuracy, Digital plani meter, Dumpy levels Ghat Tracer.
Structure Lab The laboratory has two bays for testing purposes and a casting yard for fabricating specimens. The first bay has a structural testing floor, with a loading frame of capacity 300 kN
Environmental Engineering Lab The Laboratory has sophisticated equipments to analyze pollution parameters in water and waste water, soil, Air.
Engineering Mechanics This lab is facilitated with instruments to analyze the principles of forces like parallelogram law of forces etc.
Engineering Geology This lab is facilitated with samples of mineral and rocks to analyse the properties of them like hardness, texture etc.
Building Design and Drawing This lab is facilitated with samples of building members like window, foundation, slab, stairs etc.


Research

Thrust area of research identified by the department

Research Areas

Funding Agencies

Construction Material

HUDCO, Urban and Rural Development

Waste Water Technology

MOEF, MNRE, DST, CWSRF

Environmental engineering

MOEF, DST, MNRE

Waste Management

MOEF, MNRE

Green Environment

MNRE

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

At the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through state-of-the-art equipment, cutting-edge machinery and a research oriented approach, the students are trained to be competent and innovative professionals. Taking the research aesthetics further, the University is also striving towards academic research based endeavors in the field of sustainable energy development.



About the Department

Electrical and Electronics (EE) is one of the core branches of engineering that covers study, design, development, manufacturing, operations and maintenance of Electrical System and their components ensuring quality, reliability, safety and sustainability. Objective of all the programmes in this branch is basically study and application of Electricity, Electronics and Electromagnetic fields. Electrical power is the basic requirement for any system and infrastructure. With rapid growth in technology and economy demand of Electrical Power and Electrical Systems have grown at an unpredicted rate. As the resources for conventional power i.e. coal and petroleum are approaching their limits people are moving towards Renewable sources of Electricity in form of Solar, Hydel, Wind Chemical and Biomass. The EE field is therefore rapidly expanding not only within its own core area but also in cross functional area such as photo voltaic, nanotechnology, wind and biomass power, biotechnology, automation and instrumentation etc. Owing to this growth EE has taken in to its fold many other fields like computers, RF engineering, power electronics, signal processing etc. With the multidisciplinary approach in current era, many of sub fields of EE are overlapping is to other areas. The EE department in AISECT University is fully geared up to meet this challenge. The curriculum, labs and infrastructure at AISECT University have been 50 designed with a perspective of many years that students get everything in terms of knowledge, hands on experience, exposure to latest in field and feel of the actual work place. Teachers and technical staff in the EE Dept are very qualified and experienced. Many of them have done PhD’s and many are from industrial back grand. Renewable Energy Center, Energy Park, Center for Incubation, Entrepreneurship Development and start up are some of the facilities which are normally not available. In the current scenario when Electricity is the driving seat of technology growth and multinational corporations are searching for competent and skilled. Electrical Engineering, EE Dept of AISECT University provides everything that they need. The department is currently working with following vision and mission to achieve excellence.


Vision of the Department
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering shall continue to innovate processes to usher developments in electrical/electronic engineering education, keeping excellence in focus and deliver quality services to match the needs of the technical education system, industry and society.


Mission Statements
  1. Train Students by conducting need-based short-term training programmes and workshops.
  2. Design, develop, review and modify Skill curricula of various programmes in current and emerging areas to fulfill identified needs.
  3. Develop relevant learning resources like laboratory manuals, self-learning modules, multimedia packages, etc
  4. Entrepreneurial curriculum development.
  5. Conduct researches.
  6. Offer online-cum-contact training programmes.
  7. Offer long term programmes.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Name of The Faculty Designation Expertise
Prof. Reeta Pawar
M Tech PhD
HoD & Associate Professor Research Area- Power Electronics 2 International Publications
Dr Anil Kurchania
ME PhD
Professor Research Area –Environmental Engg and Biomass 35 Research Publication
Dr. SR Nigam  
M Tech PhD
Professor Research Area – Machine Design & Energy 15 Research Publication
Dr. SR Awasthi
M Tech Ph D   
Asst Prof. Professor Research Area –Renewable Energy 5 Research Publication & 1 Book
Mr. Avinash Gadkari  
M Tech
Asst Professor
Ms. Anjana Tripathi
ME
Asst. Prof Research Area –High Voltage 2 International Publication .
Ms Bibha Rani Singh
ME
Asst Professor Research Area –Power System 2 International Publications.
Ms. Nagma Bee
ME
Asst. Professor Research Area –Power Electronics 2 International Publication
Mr. Anurag D Rai
M Tech -
Asst. Prof Research Area –Solar Energy 10 Research Publication
Mr. Sitaram Pal
ME
Asst. Prof Research Area –Power System
Mr. Nandlal Shah
ME  
Asst. Prof Research Area –Simulation & RE 3 International Publication
Mr. Sunil Soni
ME  
Asst. Prof
Mr. Prakash Tiwari
ME  
Asst. Prof


Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Reeta Pawar Chairman
2 Anurag D Rai Member
3 SR Nigam Member
4 Anjana Tripathi Member
5 Nandlal Shah Member
7 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Narendra Singh Jurjar Industry Expert HEG Ltd Bhopal
2 Sanjay Jain Expert SSSCE Bhopal



Programme Offered

Deapartment

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Electrical Engineering

 

Diploma Courses

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

3 Years

10th/SSC with 35% marks

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Outcome

 

Syllabus


 

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Deapartment

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Electrical Engineering

 

Undergraduate Courses

Bachelor of Electrical & Electronics Engg

4 Years

10+2 (PCM) with 45% marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST Lateral Entry in 2nd or B Sc (PCM)

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Outcome

 

Syllabus

The Program Specific Outcomes of Civil Engineering Department are as follows: :
 

  1.   Civil Engineering Graduates will be able to function as design consultants in construction industry for the design of civil engineering structures. .
  2.   Civil Engineering Graduates will be able to provide sustainable solutions to the Civil Engineering Problems.

Programme Outcome
  1. Prepare students for careers in industry, academia, and government organizations by fostering in them the technical capabilities pertinent to Electrical & Electronics and allied engineering and interpersonal skills necessary to succeeding in their fields, as well as the foundation for lifelong learning.
  2. Lead the way in Electrical & Electronics engineering based research and other scholarly activities.
  3. Provide technical knowledge, leadership, guidance, and support to industry, the government establishments, and the general public.
  4. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  5. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  6. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  7. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  8. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  9. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  10. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  11. 10. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcome

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

 

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Deapartment

Progmramme Level

Degree

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

Department of Electrical Engineering

 

Postgraduate Courses

Master of Technology M Tech with specialization Power System

2 Years

Bachelor of Engg. degree with at least 50% marks (45% in case of ST/SC/OBC)

 

Programme Object

 

Programme Object

 

Syllabus

Program Outcome (M.Tech.)
  1. To prepare the students for successful employment in various Industrial and Government organizations, both at the National and International level, with professional competence and ethical administrative acumen so as to handle critical situations and meet deadlines.
  2. To train the students in basic human and technical communication skills so that they may be both good team-members, leaders and responsible citizen..
  3. Lead the way in Electrical & Electronics engineering based research and other scholarly activities..
  4. Provide technical knowledge, leadership, guidance, and support to industry, the government establishments, and the general public

Program Specific Outcome (M.Tech.)
  1. To be able to utilize of technologies like matlab modeling and simulation, process controllers, transducers and design, install, test , maintain power systems and industrial applications.
  2. Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  3. Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
  4. Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  5. Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

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Academic Calender
Academic Calendar - 2017 (Odd Sem )

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 3rd, 5th, 7th

03 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes

04 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

31 July 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

22-24 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

01 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

06 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

27-29 Sept. 2017

8

Display of MST II

06 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

13 Oct. to 11 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

13-17 Nov. 2017

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

12-20 Nov. 2017

12

Display of Result of Minor

23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

27 Nov. to 30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: -    SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 July 2017.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 July 2017.




Academic Calendar - 2018 (Even Sem )

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) *

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) *

19-21 April 2018

8

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Display of MST II

24 April 2018

10

Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units)

21-25 May 2018

11

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 May 2018

12

Display of Result of Minor

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018


  • All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

Note: -   SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.

  • Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity

(seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.



Laboratories
  1. Electrical Machine Labs
  2. Network Analysis
  3. Power Electronic Lab
  4. Power System Lab
  5. Electronic Instrumentation Lab
  6. Electrical Instrumentation Lab
  7. Digital Electronics Logic Design
  8. Microprocessor And Microcontroller
  9. Control System
  10. Major Project Planning
  11. High Voltage Lab

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